China set new 'keepie uppie' record

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Over 1,000 Chinese people have broken a Guinness world record after juggling footballs for 10 seconds together.

The new record was created over the weekend at Yanbian University when a total of 1,062 participants successfully completed the challenge in China's Jilin Province.

This broke the previous record, set last year in Hungary by 792 people.

Fourteen-year-old Song Zixin was the youngest participant. He said, "To attend this event, I practiced at home every day. The record I made at home is juggling the ball for 303 times without touching the ground."

Wu Xiaohong, the spokeswoman of the Guinness China Office, added, "I see the craze of Jilin fans for football, and their passion and energy also affect me."


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